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Serial Killer Dinner Party
New

Artist

Serial Killer Dinner Party

Punk, Rock (Punk, Punk Rock, alternative, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Venice on Fire
New

Artist

Venice on Fire

Indie, Punk, Rock ("Alternative rock)

South Queensland, QLD

Something Something Explosion
New

Artist

Something Something Explosion

Indie, Punk, Rock (Toowoomba, original, Punk, ...)

South Queensland, QLD

HUMBLET
New

Artist

HUMBLET

Punk (punk australiana)

Brisbane, QLD

Bard of Brunswick
New

Artist

Bard of Brunswick

Indie, Rock, Roots (folk, Folk-Rock, roots, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

RUBEE
New

Artist

RUBEE

Electronic, Indie (Electronica, folk, Pop)

Brisbane, QLD

Sunset Junkies
New

Artist

Sunset Junkies

Metal, Rock

Brisbane, QLD

Bakers Eddy

Featured Artist

2018

8

Oct

Bakers Eddy

( )

Melbourne, VIC

Melbourne based rockers Bakers Eddy are this week's triple j Unearthed Feature Artist. They've got a strong love affair with Green Day and once pulled a high flying karate kick on stage. 'Leave It To Me' is the new single from the group. It's loud, messy and fast and we love it.

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Tell us about your music. How did you develop your sound?

Simplicity I think is at the root of our music, that all comes from our love affair with Green Day as kids, and only knowing 3 chords when got together so our songwriting capabilities were limited. But it’s always been a bit fast and a bit messy. Our sound has developed with our own personal taste. 

What’s your greatest source of inspiration for making music?

When we wrote our EP we had just moved to a big city, we were living together for the first time, partying a bit much so that experience gave us a bit of inspiration. A good old fashioned break up also does the trick.

What can punters expect from a Bakers Eddy live show?

We like to test the strength of our equipment, we like things to get a bit messy on stage, a bit hot and heavy. I did this one sick as high flying karate kick connecting with the ride cymbal, but no one noticed which has been bumming me out a bit.

What’s the best advice you’ve been given and who was it from?

I think the best advice was “don’t listen to everyone’s advice”. When we were younger It felt like everyone had an opinion on how we should have done “this” thing or “you need to do” and on and on. I don’t think that helps your confidence. I’m not saying we don't listen to advice full stop, just not the dumb shit. Do you, baby.

What Australian track would you play to cheer up someone who was crying?

 Love Online by The Don. I think fat bass licks put a smile on anyone’s face.

What Australian track would you play to someone to make them cry?

 The Void by Tiny Little Houses is a good one of you want that good self pitty, “I’m a piece of shit” sob. Late night, alone with a dart and cheap wine is where the song really blooms.

You’re the DJ at a party. The dance floor is pumping. What Australian track do you put on next?

There would only be one song playing to start with. Can’t get you out of my head Kylie Minogue.

What was the last local gig you went to? How was it?

Got to see Birdhouse and Porpoise Spit last night who were both disgustingly good.

Tell us about the bands or people in the Melbourne music community that inspire you.

The scene here is amazing, it’s been an inspiration being a part of it. And the diversity of the music coming out is great.

What are your plans for 2018?

It’s hard to predict what next years going to look like for us right now, kind of just riding out the new single, getting this year done, then we will see aye. Love to drop an EP.

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The Sexicclesiastes
New

Artist

The Sexicclesiastes

Indie, Punk, Rock, Roots (gypsy, folk, space rock, ...)

North Queensland, QLD

ROO
New

Artist

ROO

Indie, Pop, Punk, Rock, Roots (alternative, Rock and Roll, Punk, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Port Royal
New

Artist

Port Royal

Indie, Pop, Rock (#indierock, #altrock #poprock)

Brisbane, QLD

Graceful Weasel
New

Artist

Graceful Weasel

Dance, Electronic, Indie, Pop (Electronic, Ambient, ambience, ...)

Gold Coast, QLD

flangipanis
New

Artist

flangipanis

Punk, Rock (Brisbane, Smut, Drunk, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Good Will Remedy
New

Artist

Good Will Remedy

Rock, Roots (#americana, #alt country, #rock)

Brisbane, QLD

LAZERTITS
New

Artist

LAZERTITS

Punk, Rock (Punk, Rock, bratpunk, ...)

Melbourne, VIC

Punktilious
New

Artist

Punktilious

Indie, Punk, Rock (garage punk, Alternative Rock)

Brisbane, QLD

The Goldhearts
New

Artist

The Goldhearts

Indie, Pop, Rock (#indie #Rock #Pop #womeninmusic #guitarband)

Gold Coast, QLD

Go Van Go
New

Artist

Go Van Go

Indie, Rock (#rock, # Grunge, # Brisbane, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

The Schwifties
New

Artist

The Schwifties

Indie, Rock

Brisbane, QLD

The Wandering Lost
New

Artist

The Wandering Lost

Indie, Pop, Rock (Indie, Rock, Pop, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Elbury
New

Artist

Elbury

Indie, Roots (Folk-Rock, prog-folk, Acoustic, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Empanic
New

Artist

Empanic

Rock (Alternative Rock, Progressive, epic, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Overdoze

Artist

Overdoze

Rock, Metal (Metal, Groove, Soundgarden, ...)

Melbourne, VIC

ROI
New

Artist

ROI

Indie, Rock (bass, drums, various vocalists, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Bloody Roo

Artist

Bloody Roo

Pop, Indie (moldy peaches, who's gerald, Beat Happening, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Roo
New

Artist

Roo

Indie, Roots (Ben Lee, Red Gum, Acoustic, ...)

Riverina, NSW

Deadbeat Society
New

Artist

Deadbeat Society

Indie, Punk, Rock (grunge, Stoner Rock, Psych Rock, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Artist

Artist

Toxic Bears

Indie, Rock (Black Flag, Dead Kennedys, Hüsker Dü, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Shadowboard
New

Artist

Shadowboard

Indie, Pop, Rock, Roots (alternative, Indie, indie-rock, ...)

Melbourne, VIC

Lonesome Ghosts
New

Artist

Lonesome Ghosts

Indie, Rock (Acoustic, Rock, Indie)

Perth, WA

Mañana
New

Artist

Mañana

Indie, Pop, Rock, Roots (#pop #reggae #roots #feel good #folk)

Central Coast, NSW

Simon J Benson
New

Artist

Rawr Vanity
New

Artist

Rawr Vanity

Indie, Rock (ac/dc, Brisbane, Vanity, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Paychecks To Pawnshops
New

Artist

Paychecks To Pawnshops

Punk, Rock

Brisbane, QLD

Handful of Helmet
New

Artist

Handful of Helmet

Rock

North Coast, NSW

Rick Dangerous & the Silkie Bantams
New

Artist

Rick Dangerous & the Silkie Bantams

Metal, Punk, Rock (Rock, Metal, Punk, ...)

Sydney, NSW

The Iron Eye
New

Artist

Sera
New

Artist

Sera

Pop, Rock (original, Brisbane, Music, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

FuzzPilot
New

Artist

FuzzPilot

Metal, Punk, Rock (heavy rock, Groove Metal, Dark Energy)

Brisbane, QLD

THE SKATEGOATS
New

Artist

THE SKATEGOATS

Pop, Punk, Rock (Pop Punk, Punk, Rock, ...)

South East SA, SA

Dangerpenny
New

Artist

Dangerpenny

Indie, Punk, Rock (alternative, post-grunge, Punk, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Being Jane Lane
New

Artist

Being Jane Lane

Indie, Punk, Rock (Girl Band, All Girl Band, Brisbane, ...)

Gold Coast, QLD

The Gastons
New

Artist

The Gastons

Punk, Rock (Punk Rock, Pop Punk, Fireflies, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Bazooka Fist
New

Artist

Bazooka Fist

Punk, Rock (Ipswich, raw punk, party punk, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Faux Bandit
New

Artist

Faux Bandit

Rock (Pretty ladies, Boredom, Rock, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Smoking Martha
New

Artist

Smoking Martha

Indie, Punk, Rock (smoking martha indie, Indie, smoking martha alternative, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Emily Wurramara

Featured Artist

2016

5

Jul

Emily Wurramara

( )

Brisbane, QLD

Gather around the virtual campfire and have a listen to the gorgeous tones of Brisbane musician Emily Wurramara. Join us in celebrating NAIDOC week on triple j Unearthed!

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Tell us about your music. How did you develop your sound? 
I developed my sound by learning and listening to everything and everyone around me. I was engulfed by culture when I was on Groote so  that was a big influence on my music. Being surrounded by family and friends who like different genres, ranging from country, which the oldies like my nana pop and aunties listened to, hip hop, reggae, even opera. 
 
What’s your greatest source of inspiration for making music?
My inspiration for my music comes from everything, what I see, what stories I've been told, my experiences, so nothing really specific just life. 
 
What can punters expect from an Emily Wurramara live show?
Haha, well, a lot of story telling. My songs are all based around things that have happened to me or to my family, so there's a great insight on my life. I do have a range of songs from love to dreams to real life events. 
 
What’s the best advice you’ve been given and who was it from?
The best advice I've been given was from my father, he was born in the provinces of Phillipines and moved to Aus when he was 14. He's always said to me "always be humble, say hello to everyone and smile because it could make someone's day" 
 
What Australian track would you play to cheer up someone who was crying?
Bernard fanning- wish you well
 
What Australian track would you play to someone to make them cry?
Jimmy little- Bring yourself home to me 
 
You’re the DJ at a party. The dance floor is pumping. What Australian track do you put on next?
Thelma plum- how much does your love cost! 
 
What was the last local gig you went to? How was it?
I went down to the board walk and saw a couple performing at this pub even though it was raining, and we were drenched I had to stop and stand there for a bit because their voices together we're amazing!!! They totally slayed it! 
 
Tell us about the bands or people in your music community that inspire you.
Well, we have a lot of bands at Groote all my uncles are in them, so poison whiskey, milyakburra band just to name a few, and from numbulwar, yilila band red flag dancers, who are absolutely amazing! They mix culture with dance and song, it's just a fantastic show! All these bands inspire me because they are shining in their own way, because they're defeating the stereotypes that are put on our people. it's even more special because they too are representing our mob in such a positive way.  
 
What are your plans for the rest of 2016?
For The rest of 2016, I'm doing some awesome collaborations, so I can't wait for that to start happening! Another film clip! Also Finishing off the tour in NT I'm looking forward to seeing my family again. I've already started working on the the Next EP in regards to songwriting so I'm really excited to hit the studio again, it's such an intimate space.
 

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Holly Vanden
New

Artist

Holly Vanden

Indie, Pop, Rock (Holly Vanden, coma pop, Rock, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

The Dollar Bill Murrays
New

Artist

The Dollar Bill Murrays

Indie, Rock (Alternative Rock, Rock, Fuzz Rock, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Bugs

Featured Artist

2017

18

Dec

Bugs

( )

Brisbane, QLD

Get to know your Byran Bay Falls Festival Winners, BUGS. Expect nothing less than sweaty torsos, mops of hair flying around and a whole tonne of bad puns at their live show!

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Tell us about your music. How did you develop your sound?

I used to record tonnes of distorted demos on my laptop and that's how the project came about. A few singles got picked up for radio play, The band got offered live shows and support slots and it all just went from there. Over the last few years since Brock and Jordan joined, our songwriting process totally evolved. After playing together for so long, our sound is just naturally super different from all the years making bedroom trash. We practice pretty regularly and naturally have honed our collective ideas for what we want our band and music to be since becoming so close. As we are great mates, we are all generally on the same page so it makes for a fun and easy creative process.

What’s your greatest source of inspiration for making music?

Music has always been a great processing mechanism for me. I’m a huge over thinker and tend to be pretty observant which is where a lot of the socially topical content for our songs comes from. Whenever I can’t understand something I have felt or experienced it helps to process that confusion by writing it out so it doesn’t just swirl around inside my head forever. Making music gives me that ability to become more self-aware by questioning thought whilst simultaneously expressing my creative, instinctive passion. I guess after all that the ultimate inspiration is the opportunity to connect with other people who might think in a similar way and understand what you are trying to say. The world can feel like a huge and lonely place, so I think it’s important to feel a sense of community in whatever capacity possible. When you connect with other people over music, it is amazing, so I guess our songs are like our own little message sent out into the airwaves trying to reach people who will understand. Hopefully, it feels like a big warm hug from a mate you haven’t seen in a while.

What can punters expect from a Bugs live show?

Jordan's sweaty torso, my mop of hair flying around, a whole tonne of bad puns and knee slides. We just really like to create a bit of a house party kind of feeling in the room we play in. It’s always important to establish the necessity for respect and a safe space in the venue we play in though. It’s a funny catch 22 and a fine line between getting wild and being an over-assertive, aggressive night ruiner. Oh, and maybe a kiss or two.

What’s the best advice you’ve been given and who was it from?

I think it’s the cliche of not being so hard on yourself. My mother, girlfriend and mates always try to reinforce a firm belief in myself. It’s easy to self-impose pressure when you work hard and desperately want to achieve something, but if by doing that you’re making yourself miserable it generally defeats the purpose of doing it at all. I can be a pretty intensely analytical thinker so I guess it’s important to steer that in positive directions and harness the power of it for progression, and it’s even more important to stay calm and relax when you start getting overwhelmed. I make terrible choices when I’m stressing out, so the most important piece of advice to remember for me are to chill and go with the flow. I think that goes hand in hand with a deep-rooted self-confidence, one I am yet to find.

What Australian track would you play to cheer up someone who was crying?

Probably 'Young Drunk' by The Smiths, an infectiously cathartic anthem from my youth. Or 'Never Had So Much Fun' by Frenzal!

What Australian track would you play to someone to make them cry?

'Blood' by The Middle East gets me every damn time. It hits home super hard.

You’re the DJ at a party. The dance floor is pumping. What Australian track do you put on next?

Either ‘Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again’ by The Angels or ‘Whats My Scene’ by Hoodoo Gurus. Straight up. Pub bangers. I am such a proud bogan.

What was the last local gig you went to? How was it?

We played with British India a few weekends ago at The Triffid and they absolutely blew the roof off. It was surreal to stand side of the stage and watch some of our heroes belt out tunes that soundtracked my youth and teens. The guys were super nice and we knew the other support band Eliza & The Delusionals who are super cool people too. I ran some chips out on stage cause they shouted me a free burger earlier but it hadn’t come by the time they started playing.

Tell us about the bands or people in the Brisbane music community that inspire you.

Brisbane is way too great to list all the awesome people who make it such a vibrant community. The Violent Soho guys are like royalty. Artists like Good Boy and Waax are really inspiring. It has been remarkable to watch brilliant and considerate people do incredible things this year. Jeremy Neale has been an enormous influence for me personally. The amount of carefully thought out advice, compassion and time he has afforded me since starting this band has been overwhelming. Our manager Ruby and booker Dom are like family. The venue managers and booking agents around town are invaluable and it breeds this sense of welcoming and teamwork that is conducive to shared success and makes for some ripping memes by Cael (Valley Ledge). Also, not to take away from the punters and gig patrons (one of which is myself). The frequency with which you will see full rooms in multiple venues on any given night in the valley is heartwarming. People care about and feel really connected to the music community here, because the equality and serenity in lack of competition breed a really positive connected industry.

What are your plans for 2018?

Opening Falls on New Years Day is certainly the brightest beacon on the calendar, but we’re barrelling into a busy month in Jan. We have a show with our good pals The Hard Aches at Black Bear Lodge on the 19th so that should be super fun. It’s really close to selling out already and the guys are absolute legends so it will be awesome to catch up and return the favour of a couch to crash on. Then we have a single coming out just before we play Brisbane's ‘Mountain Goat Valley Crawl’ festival in early Feb. Personally, I am so dang excited to get this next tune out, we have about 6 ready to go for an EP shortly after but we’re just tying up all the loose ends to make sure the release reaches its full potential. Valley Crawl is this amazing multi-venue night that always has the punters going wild and we’re stoked to have a nice late spot at the Foundry which should get pretttttty dang juicy to say the least.

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Fire and Whistle Theory
New

Artist

Fire and Whistle Theory

Indie, Rock, Roots

Brisbane, QLD

Yes Sir Noceur
New

Artist

Yes Sir Noceur

Indie, Pop, Rock (YSN, Yes Sir Noceur, Yes Sir No Sir, ...)

Gold Coast, QLD

Drown This City
New

Artist

Drown This City

Metal (posthardcore, Hardcore, Metalcore, ...)

Melbourne, VIC

The Swamp Stompers
New

Artist

The Swamp Stompers

Rock, Roots (swamp stompers, groovy, upbeat, ...)

Illawarra, NSW

Woodshed
New

Artist

Woodshed

Rock, Roots (#bluesrock, #garageblues, #rock, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Avid Society
New

Artist

Avid Society

Rock (Avid Society, Brisbane, Rock, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Tequila Mockingbyrd
New

Artist

Tequila Mockingbyrd

Punk, Rock (#Melbourne, #rocknroll, #ModernRock, ...)

Melbourne, VIC

Hugh Fuchsen
New

Artist

Hugh Fuchsen

Indie, Pop, Rock (#hugh, #fuchsen, #rock, ...)

Melbourne, VIC

Little Theatre
New

Artist

Little Theatre

Indie, Pop, Rock (Melbourne, Indie, Music, ...)

Melbourne, VIC

Hemingway
New

Artist

Hemingway

Electronic, Indie, Roots (psychedelic, Dub, Reggae, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Dave Is A Spy
New

Artist

Dave Is A Spy

Indie, Pop, Rock (indie rock, Alt Rock, Alternative Rock, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Blonde on Blonde
New

Artist

Blonde on Blonde

Indie, Rock (Brisbane, Indie, Blonde on Blonde, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

The Halls
New

Artist

The Halls

Indie, Pop, Rock (groth, Weird noises, alternative, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

WAAX

Featured Artist

2014

8

Sep

WAAX

( )

Brisbane, QLD

Brisbane rockers WAAX are one of the winners of our BIGSOUND competition and will be playing our BIGSOUND showcase at Oh Hello this Thursday September 11 alongside Eves, Milwaukee Banks, Little May and Client Liaison. Get to know these "5 ratbags from Brisbane" below...

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Tell us about your music. How did you develop your sound?
Two chicks; three dudes. The sound we now know to be WAAX developed out of being a show-focused band. We just wanted our shows to be exciting and intense; and that was naturally manifested in our recordings. Our songs are like a harsh aural reality-check with an unexpected nurturing side – kind of like a tough mother-figure filtered through a shitload of fuzz. 
 
What’s your greatest source of inspiration for making music?
It keeps us somewhat sane. 
 
You’re one of the winners of our BIGSOUND competition. What can punters at our BIGSOUND showcase expect from the WAAX live show?
Honestly, you’ll be immersed in something you wouldn’t expect of 5 ratbags from Brisbane. We’re about mood. Sometimes loud and angsty; sometimes super reflective – but there’s always passion and I can guarantee you will be more than entertained. 
 
What’s the best advice you’ve been given and who was it from?
Patience is so important, keep going and things will be delivered to you – our buddy Tyler from Soundpound.
 
What Australian track would you play to cheer up someone who was crying?
'Vitriol' by Bluejuice. Such a fun song.
 
What Australian track would you play to someone to make them cry?
'Never Tear Us Apart' by INXS. Makes me cry or feel like crying every time. 
 
You’re the DJ at a party. The dance floor is pumping. What Australian track do you put on next?
Jagwar Ma! Any track by those guys.
 
What was the last local gig you went to? How was it?
Went to go see Ayla at Black Bear Lodge. She had some real sweet tunes!
 
Tell us about the bands or people in the Queensland music community that inspire you.
We’re real inspired by bands like DZ Deathrays or Violent Soho to more local heroes Baskervillain…And of course all those crazy event-wizard people like Lachie who runs Kaleidoscope Festival or Ray who runs Psych Night and Junglelove Festival – these dudes bust their arses to give local bands a go.
 
What are your plans for the rest 2014?
Firstly we just hope to survive BIGSOUND! It’s like music Christmas! And then after that, hopefully hop on some tour supports, finish off our EP…set the foundations for a ripper 2015.
 

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Pharaohs Playground
New

Artist

Pharaohs Playground

Rock, Roots (70's Classic Vinyl, blues rock, analogue, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Donnelle Brooks
New

Artist

Donnelle Brooks

Indie, Pop, Roots (Acoustic, Pop, Indie, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Don and The Mobsters
New

Artist

Don and The Mobsters

Rock, Roots (The Black Keys, Dallas Frasca, The Animals, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

The Disgruntled Taxpayers
New

Artist

The Disgruntled Taxpayers

Indie, Punk, Rock (Rock, Punk, blues, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Subdufuze

Artist

Subdufuze

Rock, Metal (Metal/pop rock, As Above, Subdufuze, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Love Hate Rebellion
New

Artist

Love Hate Rebellion

Indie, Rock (#LHRMusic, Rock, Punk, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

The Barefoot Experience
New

Artist

The Barefoot Experience

Indie, Rock (Rock, psychedelic, Prog)

Brisbane, QLD

Byron Short
New

Artist

Byron Short

Pop, Rock

Brisbane, QLD

All Strings Attached
New

Artist

All Strings Attached

Metal, Punk, Roots (gypsy punk, Sunshine Coast, violin, ...)

Sunshine, QLD

Cordeaux
New

Artist

Cordeaux

Rock (Cordeaux, Jordan Brunoli, Jamie Lin Shelton, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Secondhand Toothbrush
New

Artist

Secondhand Toothbrush

Metal, Pop, Punk, Rock (slightly stoopid, funny, naughty, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Whiskey&Speed

Artist

Whiskey&Speed

Punk, Rock (Nirvana, mudhoney, MELVINS, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Belligerent Goat
New

Artist

Belligerent Goat

Rock (Rock, Alternative Rock, didgeridoo, ...)

Sunshine, QLD

Ellie Jane
New

Artist

Ellie Jane

Indie, Rock, Roots (Acoustic, alternative, folk, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

TARA SIMMONS

Featured Artist

2009

2

Mar

TARA SIMMONS

( )

Brisbane, QLD

Tara Simmons produces heartfelt folk interlaced with electronica. She grew up on a farm in the Blue Mountains but has since moved to Brisbane.

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Tell us about your music – what is your music making process?

I guess you could say a lot of my process has to do with how I demo my songs at home because it’s not a straight down the line voice and instrument process. I play a few different instruments and also program and produce. Depending on my mood and what sound I feel like going for I'll write on cello, keys or computer. Usually I'll throw everything together into a loose track within a few hours to get a general feel for how I want the song to be produced. The best thing about it is I don't get bored and I also make sure I don't get bored. I've started learning Banjo recently too (I'm shit house at the moment) so I can get some different sounds for that exact reason.

Tell us about your live shows.

I have a double bassist, two cellists and a drummer who also triggers laptop stuff. Then you have me running between cello and keys. Sound guys HATE me. I always turn up at your run of the mill rock and roll venue with the sound guy ogling our instruments, usually followed by some bad mood attitude. Once sound check is over they generally calm down though. I've also recently got my cellists Emma and Briony doing some BV's too much to their disgust.

It’s been a few years since your last uploads – tell us what’s been happening.

Well. After my last release I concentrated on writing for a post classical quintet from Brisbane called Topology. Once that was over I pretty much focused on my writing for a while and then used the entire block of 2008 to slowly record and produce the album. My band member Briony Luttrell recorded the album with me and we converted her lounge room into a studio. She has her lounge room back now and I think she is quite thankful for it.

What's coming up in the future?

Lots of writing, touring and then hopefully releasing another album in the not too distant future. I also really want to write a new album to be recorded live with my band and also a small chamber ensemble. That would make me very happy.

Australian music is?

Incestuous.

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Little Aztec
New

Artist

Little Aztec

Indie, Rock (Ball Park Music, Arctic Monkeys, The strokes, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Nila Bonda
New

Artist

Nila Bonda

Rock ("Alternative rock, "Noise Rock")

Brisbane, QLD

Bertie Page Clinic
New

Artist

Bertie Page Clinic

Punk, Rock (Burlesque, Cabaret, Cher, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Kobrakai
New

Artist

Kobrakai

Indie, Metal, Punk, Rock, Roots (Alice in Chains, Kyuss, black sabbath, ...)

Gold Coast, QLD

EL FUEGO
New

Artist

EL FUEGO

Indie, Punk, Rock ("Alternative rock", 90's Green Day, ,, Nirvana, ...)

Sunshine, QLD

Baltimore Gun Club
New

Artist

Baltimore Gun Club

Indie, Rock (# Rock # Alternative #Grunge)

Gold Coast, QLD

Vaguely Human
New

Artist

Vaguely Human

Dance, Hip Hop, Indie, Pop, Rock, Roots (Conscious, hip hop, Rock, ...)

Brisbane, QLD

Terror Parade
New

Artist

Terror Parade

Metal, Rock (# Heavy, # Metal, #HeavyRock, ...)

Brisbane, QLD